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You've been Thwap-ed!

Posted on Tuesday, August 9th, 2005 under Sketches | No comments

How are you like'n the look of this ferocious beast? He could probably take down half of the CIA, without even breaking a motor-oil sweat! I like the big hair, sideburns and T.M.N.T.-esque mask, but the final inking turned out too choppy for me to want to vector-up. O well.

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